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Giants kicker Josh Brown has been dealing with a hamstring injury for a couple of weeks. Kicked Saturday, but won’t tomorrow.

Tom Savage, your turn to start

The Texans' 3rd-string QB will start and play much of Thursday's preseason finale against the Cowboys. Coach Bill O'Brien said: "I want Tom to have a good game. I want him to get into a rhythm ... throw the ball accurately."

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Harbaugh has message for lip readers

Was John Harbaugh dropping F bombs at Jay Gruden on Saturday? Some lip readers think so, but Harbaugh has a message for them: "There's more than one word to the English language that begins with F." Was it 'football?'

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Cam's little bro following in his shoes

Panthers QB Cam Newton's younger brother, Cailyn Newton, who is a junior QB at Grady High School, impresses on the field against Washington High School.

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Fred Jackson takes aim at Bills GM

Jackson, now with Seattle, told the Buffalo News: "There's only one person in that organization that I haven't gotten honesty from, and that was [Doug Whaley]." The Bills released the RB Monday after 8 years in Buffalo.

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Is RG III the best QB for the Redskins?

ESPN's Bill Polian isn't so sure: "He doesn't fit the West Coast offense in any way, shape or form."

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Brady: "Such an enjoyable offseason"

Tom Brady joked to a crowd during the team's annual fundraiser. It marks his 1st time publicly speaking since an appearance at Salem State College on May 7 and just the 2nd time since the Wells Report's release,

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Rams to practice with military personnel

For the second time this summer, St. Louis invited members of the military to the practice field. For Wednesday's walk-through at Scott Air Force Base in Illinois, 22 soldiers will join the Rams. Last month, the Rams visited a Navy base in California.

Stafford: Calvin Johnson will be fine

Don't worry Lions fans, Megatron will be ready for the season, despite not playing in the preseason. Matthew Stafford told Mike & Mike: "The guy keeps himself in as good of shape as anybody on our team, if not the best."

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Rex: Bills will be my last coaching job

Rex Ryan on coaching the Bills: "This is definitely going to be it. This is my last stop in coaching, and then when my days are up, I'll turn it over to the younger generation. I'm not going anywhere else." (via USA TODAY Sports)

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Tough to be a vegan NFL player?

Bears DT David Carter knows all too well. “The hardest part is keeping my weight up above 300 [lbs]. … I feel like my body adapts a lot easier to what I’m doing out there on the field.”

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Are the Seahawks over Superbowl loss?

Russell Wilson seems to think so. According to the QB it wasn't until an April trip to Hawaii that Seattle players finally put last season's loss behind them. Hawaii cures all

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Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

In thanking Bills fans for their support, former RB Fred Jackson took a parting shot at Bills GM Doug Whaley in an interview with The Buffalo News, saying, "There's only one person in that organization that I haven't gotten honesty from, and that was him."

Tomlin: Steelers to help Bryant

Coach Mike Tomlin said that Martavis Bryant, who faces a four-game suspension after multiple failed drug tests over marijuana use, is dealing with issues that are "bigger than football." 'We stand behind him'

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Brees reached out to Cam Cameron

Saints QB Drew Brees sent the LSU offensive coordinator a text message to express support after he heard about Cameron's treatment for prostate cancer and his plan to coach in 2015. "He's a guy who's had a tremendous impact on my career," said Brees,

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Deflategate: No ruling today

Late Tuesday afternoon U.S. District Court Judge Richard M. Berman said he "anticipates" issuing his decision by the end of the week. Ruling coming soon

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Is Richardson done in the NFL?

Trent Richardson was the No. 3 pick in 2012, but was cut Tuesday by the Raiders. Bill Williamson writes: "What team is going to give him another chance? Why would they? ... It’s not that he’s no longer a Raider. It’s that he may no longer be an NFL player." 'Just a guy'

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Manziel was flagged during draft prep

One NFL team flagged Manziel with tendinitis in his throwing elbow -- commonly known as tennis elbow or golfer's elbow -- during the 2014 NFL draft, a source with direct knowledge of that team's draft evaluations tells ESPN's Jeremy Fowler. Story

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Texans owner: Watt wouldn't destroy phone

"What escalated the whole thing is that Brady and the Patriots were going to cooperate fully, and then when it came down to it, they didn't," Bob McNair told Houston's Sports Radio 610. "If it was J.J. Watt, I think he would have been cooperative, and it wouldn't be a question. ... I don't think J.J. would destroy his cellphone."

Cobb says he could play week one

Packers WR Randall Cobb thinks his sprained right shoulder will be healed enough to play in 12 days when the Packers open the regular season against the Bears. "I don't plan on missing a game," Cobb said. "I'm doing everything in my power to get back before then."

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Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Saints' roster cut-down included four recent draft picks because of injuries. CB P.J. Williams, a 3rd-round pick this year, was placed on injured reserve. They also waived-injured WR Nick Toon (4th-rounder in 2012) and S Vinnie Sunseri and LB Ronald Powell (both 5th-rounders in 2014).

Business as usual continues for Patriots

ESPN Patriots reporter Mike Reiss says despite a ruling on Tom Brady's appeal hearing coming this week it was “just like any other day” at New England’s practice.

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Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer 

Norv Turner said today that Mike Wallace "has played a lot better in the last two years than people give him credit for." If Wallace has one of his typical years -- 65 catches and nine or 10 TDs -- Turner said the receiver will "make a great contribution to our team."